The overarching goal of the project, funded by the Community Action Fund (CAF) through the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), is to ensure culturally relevant, safe, and effective sexual health resources and services for Inuit throughout Canada.
Request for Proposals – Saimaniik: Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence and the Family Justice System Response Training Resource
The overarching goal of this project is to enhance supports to survivors of IPV through the family law system by increasing opportunities for family law practitioners (legal aid, court workers etc.) to have access to training, guidance, and resource that support trauma-informed practice.
Request for Proposals – Unique Challenges Faced by Inuit Women in Urban Centres Regarding Housing and Homelessness.
How do urban Inuit women and gender-diverse individuals deal with unique challenges that theyexperience in southern Canadian urban centers1 regarding housing (renting, transitional housing, and home ownership in particular) and homelessness?
Request for Proposals – Midwifery Forum: Improving Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Care Service across Inuit Nunangat.
This Request for Proposals (RFP) is to hire a consultant with subject matter expertise who will work closely with Pauktuutit to plan, coordinate, and manage various aspects of the two-day National Inuit Midwifery Forum. Knowledge of Indigenous midwifery services and health systems in Canada’s North are vital, in addition to a strong understanding of Inuit culture.
Request for Proposals: Planning for the Future – An interpretation of concrete data to create a depiction of the reality Inuit women face when seeking safety, through words and stories.
This is an open call to individuals, firms, or organizations to propose the development of Inuit-specific gender-based violence data research that are translated into “Real life” scenario’s that will close or lessen the data and information gap and humanize the need for accessible and culturally relevant shelters and safe spaces.